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Font Suitcase or managment for XP??

Font Suitcase or managment for XP??

Font Suitcase or managment for XP??

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Hey there -
I'm gonna post this in a couple different spots here - so ignore the cross-posting...

Does anyone know of a good font management solution for XP-home edition?
I am used to suitcase (which rocks) and ATM lite.  Of course suitcase wont go PC and I cant get ATM lite to install properly on XP.

Basically I have a crapload of TT and PS fonts on my machine and I want them in one nice location.  Any tips out there?

Thanks,
N8

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RE: Font Suitcase or managment for XP??

Im using Suitcase for windows which seems to be app of choice since adobe is no longer supporting ATM deluxe. I really like suitcase, it has a neat feature that will show what a line of type will look like in a bunch of fonts at once.

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